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Apply for an Internship With Nightline
Experience Life in a National Newsroom
Nightline, hosted by Terry Moran in Washington, D.C. and Cynthia McFadden and Martin Bashir in Times Square, New York, is broadcast weeknights on ABC.
Full and part-time positions are available year round, for 8-12 weeks.
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
Nightline interns perform a variety of duties that are invaluable to the broadcast's success. They play an integral role in the office itself, managing the enormous flow of daily information (from phones to faxes, viewer mail to Web site content). In exchange, interns are exposed to all aspects of story development and production, are encouraged to take part in editorial conferences, and are able to experience what life in a national newsroom is like.
WHAT WE LOOK FOR:
We prefer students with initiative, curiosity and a solid work ethic. Our best interns grasp concepts quickly, work well with others, and are efficient, reliable, and can juggle several tasks at once. And, of course, applicants should have good communication skills and a serious interest in broadcast journalism.
Open to all majors. No prior journalism experience is required.
College juniors and seniors in good academic standing are preferred.
Interns must receive academic credit for participation in the program.
HOW TO APPLY:
To apply for an internship with any division of ABC News, please visit the website disneycareers.com. At the top of the page, click "Careers." On the left side, click "openings." Under business unit, select "ABC." Under title, select "ABC Fall Intern New York." Leave the rest of the categories blank. Once you get to the page, follow directions to apply specifically for Nightline, and be sure to indicate whether you applying for a position in the Washington or New York office.
Click on CAREERS --> OPENINGS --> ABC TV --> ABC FALL 2007 Intern (You can then select your location).
Deadlines and Dates
Semester Deadline Notice of Hire Duration (Flexible)
Spring Nov. 15 Dec. 1 January to May
Summer March 15 April 15 Late May to August
Fall July 15 Aug. 15 Late August to December
Winter Oct. 1 Nov. 1 December and January
-Lucky Magazine Internships
(example internship) The application on this web page has not been updated and is temporally unavailable.
NYC- Lucky Magazine (accessories)
Company: LUCKY Magazine
Internship Location: NYC
Details of Internship:
LUCKY MAGAZINE is looking for enthusiastic, hardworking, organized, and intelligent interns to work in the Accessories department for the FALL 09 semester. You must have a strong interest in fashion and accessories and you must be able to receive credit for the internship (or be an enrolled student). Interns will help with sample returns, check ins, and pick ups but will also be given a fabulous introduction into the inner workings of the world of fashion magazines. We need someone to commit to at least 2 days a week but ideally could work 3 days a week. LUCKY is a very fast paced environment and we want someone who will take their job seriously. If interested please email your resume and availability to email@example.com. This is the contact for the ACCESSORIES Dept only
-Broadcast Journalism Internships
Spring Deadline: November 15, 2009
Summer Deadline: January 31, 2010
Do you want a career in broadcast journalism? One of the best ways to break into the industry is through a hands-on internship with an experienced producer at a major media network or news production house.
No previous experience is necessary. We're looking for articulate students passionate about liberty. Students from all disciplines, including political science and economics are encouraged to apply. Students located within and outside the United States are eligible for placement.
A Comprehensive Program
Eight-week internship with a $3,200 stipend plus a travel allowance
Participation in our weeklong summer workshop, Journalism & the Free Society, including travel assistance
Mentoring from IHS program staff
Previous Internship Hosts:
CNN in Atlanta
WTOP in Washington, DC
ABC 20/20 in Manhattan
Fox News in Los Angeles
Hedrick Smith Productions in Washington, DC
***MSNBC in New York City****
To be considered for the broadcast journalism track, please select that track on your application.
Session Application Deadline
Spring, 2010 Nov. 15, 2009
Summer, 2010 Jan. 31, 2010
Fall, 2010 July 1, 2010 (App online in March)
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Summer Journalism Workshop
The internship program includes participation at our summer journalism workshop, but you can also separately apply for the workshop. Join your peers to learn about journalism and classical liberal ideas, network with other aspiring journalists and hear lectures from experienced professionals. Discover how to use economic analytical concepts to examine issues; potentially giving you a “comparative advantage” over other journalists! Learn more.